1. UPA USB V1.2
UPA USB V1.2 is UUSP UPA USB Serial Programmer Full Package V1.2 for Motorola chip programming. It is an ECU Chip Tunning tool and support many devices, lots of adapters are included in this tool.
Four FAQs about UPA USB V1.2
Q: Difference between this UPA USB V1.2 and the yellow UPA USB V1.2B
A: All is same also functions, only in different color, a little funny.
Q: What does the UPA USB FULL V1.2 do?
A: It is used for Auto programmer, exactly it was used to do Motorola Chip programming. There are many Compatible chip types.
Q: What is the difference between UPA USB programmer and XPROG-M programmer?
A: They both used to do Motorola ECU chip programming, but they used to do ECU Chip Tuning on different vehicles.
Q: What is devices supported?
A: STMicroelectronics ST62*, NSC CR16*, Motorola HC05*/HC08*/HC11*/HC12*/HCS12*, Freescale (Motorola) HCS12X*/HCS12XE*, Atmel 8051 Architecture, Atmel AVR 8-Bit Risk, Microchip PIC12,Microchip PIC16, EEPROMs I2C/Microwire/SPI/Miscellaneous.
2. UPA USB V2012
UPA USB V2012 is UUSP UPA USB Serial Programmer with full adapter set, the main Device can be directly connected to the Elrasoft.com UUSP. It is the importantest difference between UPA USB V2012 and UPA USB V1.2, and V2012 UUSP UPA USB device configuration is done over special config keys.
UPA USB V2012 is the full set with all adapters (such as: PLCC52 ISP Adapters,PLCC68 ISP Adapters,PLCC84 ISP Adapters:). The main Device can be directly connected to the UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer) or by an optional DB9 male / female 1:1 extension cable. It's equipped with a 40pin ZIF Socket for all narrow and wide DIP/DIL devices as well as with a 16 pin SOIC ZIF (150mil, narrow) socket to cover most commonly used devices.
Device configuration is done over special config keys which make the work convenient and safe compared to wiring up all manually.
Additional packages can be covered by commonly available Adapters plugged into the 40 pin ZIF socket.
The main Device further includes a 10 pin ISP connector where the included ISP Adapters can be connected using a standard 1:1 flatribbon cable (included). The included PLCC ISP Adapters are to be put directly over the soldered chip of the target device making the work convenient and safe compared to soldering or using clips connecting up all manually. (Power from the UUSP to the ISP target can be enabled or disabled by a jumper next to the 10 pin ISP connector)
Config Keys: (For Device configuration)
1 x I2C & SPI Config Key
1 x Microwire Config Key
1 x Microwire Rotated Config Key
1 x Microwire 93(C)S 8 pin Config Key
1 x Microwire 93(C)S 14 pin Config Key
1 x M35080 Config Key
1 x SDA(E)2506 Config Key
PLCC52 ISP Adapters:
1 x CR16MES & CR16MFS ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC05B ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC08AS20 ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC705B16 ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC11A8/E9 ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC05H12 ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC11EA9 ISP Adapter
PLCC68 ISP Adapters:
1 x MC68HC11F1 ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC11KA2/4 & MC68HC11KS ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC11L6 ISP Adapter
PLCC84 ISP Adapters:
1 x MC68HC11P2 & MC68HC11PH8 ISP Adapter
1 x MC68HC11K ISP Adapter
1 x DIL to 10pin Flat-ribbon header (For using IC clips or clamps)
1 x Flat-ribbon cable 10pin
Simply connect the mainboard to the UPA programmer directly or by using a DB9 male / female extension cable (1:1). Insert the correct config key into the slot of the mainboard and start programming either via the ZIF or SOIC Socket. You can also use the included DIL to 10pin Flat-ribbon header, put it inside the ZIF socket and wire up an SOIC clip or clamps for ISP use from there.